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SFGTV
Sep 26, 2012 4:00pm PDT
mitigated negative declaration and aden um, and the jefferson street, phase one project, authorizing the department of public works to construct a street and sidewalks of a two-block section of jefferson street. between jones and hyde streets. the relocation of one jc decaux advertising kiosk and the agreements with the dpw and new nis pal transportation agency as necessary to carry out tree removal permitting and changing to the on street parking and traffic regulations on jefferson street and powell and hyde streets. >> good afternoon, share man woo ho and commissioners. >> dan with the port's planning and development division. we are seeking approval for two blocks on jefferson street which is the first phase of a five block project to reconstruct this street. this report focuses on those two blocks, the remaining blocks could be similar, but would be subject to further approvals. the purpose is to improve the quality of the pedestrian experience in the fisherman's warf and enhance the business environment and balance for transportation access. i would like to touch on the background
FOX Business
Sep 3, 2012 10:00am EDT
. >> what words would you use to describe the financial situation in jefferson county? >> hopeless. at this junk fuhr. >> hopeless? >> hopeless. >> jimmy stevens is jefferson county's district three commissioner. he was elected after the crisis began. >> how did it stop to go after the rails? >> they attempted to build a cadillac when a chevrolet would have worked as well. >> this is not a tale about cars but sewers and the sort of mess that seens to the surface when local politicians with big ideas get mixed up with wall street bankers looking for big fees. a financial sinkhole in a swamp of corruption. it begins back in 1996. jefferson's sewer system was leaking raw sewage into rivers and streams and the county signed a federal consent decree to fix the problem. the costs huge, estimated at between $250 million and about a billion dollars. >> where did the county get the money to undertake such a massive project like this? >> if went to investment bankers, went to the bond market and made their pitch and it was underwritten and sold as a good investment. >> at this facility alone the
FOX News
Sep 1, 2012 12:00pm PDT
situation in jefferson county? >> hopeless. at this junk fuhr. >> hopeless? >> hopeless. >> jimmy stevens is jefferson county's district three commissioner. he was elected after the crisis began. >> how did it stop to go after the rails? >> they attempted to build a cadillac when a chevrolet would have worked as well. >> this is not a tale about cars but sewers and the sort of mess that seens to the surface when local politicians with big ideas get mixed up with wall street bankers looking for big fees. a financial sinkhole in a swamp of corruption. it begins back in 1996. jefferson's sewer system was leaking raw sewage into rivers and streams and the county signed a federal consent decree to fix the problem. the co estimated at between $250 million and about a billion dollars. >> where did the county get the money to undertake such a massive project like this? >> if went to investment bankers, went to the bond market and made their pitch and it was underwritten and sold as a good investment. >> at this facility alone the county spent more than $200 million on improvements and rep
SFGTV
Sep 26, 2012 4:30pm PDT
narrowing it to 24 feet. jefferson would also be changed from one way to two way, making it easier to understand and reach destinations. the street would not... the section, it shows it as much. the street would not have parking but could accommodate loading and service loading that would occur during the morning hours, bike access would also improve as they would gain two way access by using the street and mixing with slow-moving vehicles. the existing sidewalk and the north side of the street is now both a cafe and space, would convert to a cafe zone if desired to this commission, subject to other lease negotiations. the street would take on a distinctive appearance with scored concrete paving in the roadway and unique lighting fixtures. the planning department port and cbc include meetings including the restaurant association and developed a traffic monitoring program to ensure that adequate access would be maintained to area businesses. the program includes limiting vehicle access at the powell street intersection during peak weekend summers hours. >> having officers at two key
FOX
Sep 6, 2012 10:00pm EDT
one man who lives angel and hero.ir words.. an hero. phillip jefferson is feeling great relief.. his 4-year-old son jaden is home safe.. after something went terribly wrong with the little boy's schoolbussride home....(mr. jefferson) "i ain't never been through nothing like that....." jaden is a pre-k baltimore county student at campfield elementary learning center..... someone at the school put jaden on the wrong bus wednesday..... he was supposed to be delivered to his day center less than a mile away from the school...... but instead, he was dropppd off at the bonnie ridge aaartments in mount washingtoo.. several miles away from his home. &p his parents say he walked around that neighborhood for about 45 minutes to annhour.. alone.. before a young man noticed the little boy. (steven/neighbor) "in my opinion, i was doing what any person should do....." ........fortunately, jaden knew his father's cell phone numbee and useddthe good samaritan's cell phone to alert his father.. (mr. jefferson) "so, i said i'm on my way to get you.. and i hunn up...."........but then &pjefferson,,thinki
PBS
Sep 15, 2012 4:00pm PDT
the other thing. it's not just an offense to thomas jefferson. it's an offense to adam smith. >> and by the way, this is why some conservatives i've talked to are distressed by citizens united. they do not see it as a boon to -- >> corporations should compete based on the ingenuity of their engineers, their ability to come up with better products, not based on an army of lobbyists that they send to washington or the amount of money they can put into politics to get their guy elected to office. >> you know, what i really dislike about the current campaign is this idea if you raise a question of corporate power that you're antibusiness. we're not antibusiness. we're simply saying that you need to have labor. you need to have organized citizens given the same rights as corporations are now being given. the rights of free association are being limited while the rights of corporations are being enhanced. so that countervailing power, which was at the heart of an american politics and system, is being diminished and dismantled. so the fact that the federal district and appellate courts are
SFGTV
Sep 1, 2012 12:37pm PDT
relocated to jefferson street. the permit would allow entertainment in the form of our house band and saloon-style music. they conduct sound tests. the purpose is to establish an appropriate limits such the neighbors are not disturbed. the applicant took an additional step of having a noise review conducted. the results of the review are included in the materials. communications about neighbors concerned about sound are also in the pack of. there are neighborhood associations, and i will let the applicant tell you about his business. good >> i am marsha garland, here to represent gold dust lounge, which got a lot of media attention when it was forced to -- relocate, and its search for an appropriate location, and it sounded on jefferson. the space is 3000 sq. ft.. the business is a 47-year-old family business. it is iconic. it is nationally famous, and the owners have proven over and over again they know how to manage a business, how to manage people, and how to manage noise. they have a solid plan but has been reviewed by the police department. we have conducted extensive research, a
CBS
Sep 20, 2012 12:00pm PDT
commitment to education continues to transform lives and it earned her this week's jefferson ward. here is kate kelly with more. >> she enjoys her job. she was the first in her family to finish college. she graduated in accounting from alcorn state university in mississippi and gives much credit to the woman in white standing next to her at her graduation. >> i she always kept me on the straight path. and just told you " hey, you're going to college, remember that ". >> she never forgot how education change her life, as a child she picked cotton in mississippi. she went to night school and got her degree and eventually built her own real estate agency in oakland. but seem the stuff like that kids were facing in her community gave her an idea. back in 1987 she made a promise to the first graders here at brookfield elementary school in oakland. she said that if they work hard to would see them through college and pay their tuition. >> regular, low-income kids, that are born into a situation that they have no control over. but i don't want them to die in that situation. >> using her
FOX
Sep 28, 2012 4:25am EDT
head to eastbound 66 at jefferson davis highway. crash there in the right shoulder lane and blocking the ramp to jefferson davis highway at this time. good news on i-95 southbound at 17. that crash is cleared but still seeing the left lane blocked closer to 3 because of another accident as you make your way i-95 in fredericksburg. i'm back in ten minutes. aaron and eun, back over to you. >> danella, thank you. >>> it is 4:43. still to come this morning, the man behind a film that sparked protests worldwide like this one in the muslim world, now finds himself behind bars. e. the middle class, who move our country forward. work hard. raise families. and keep america strong. but mitt romney's budget plan will hurt the middle class. raising taxes on the average family by up to $2000 dollars. while giving a tax break of $250,000 dollars to multi-millionaires. doesn't mitt romney understand, we can't rebuild america...by tearing down the middle class. priorities usa action is responsible for the content of this advertising. >>> i'm melissa mollet at the live desk with breaking news. at lea
CBS
Sep 27, 2012 12:00pm PDT
that the chef says is saving lives. sharon chip in introduces us to this week's jefferson award winner. >> the food that leaves the kitchen of catherine's nonprofit must be beautiful, delicious, and nourishing, because it feeds people that were fighting for their lives. >> there's nothing more powerful than eating this way, and realizing that you actually feel better. >> catherine is the founder and executive director of this community project, a five year- old nonprofit delivering healthy organic meals to 80 patients and their families that are battling life-threatening illnesses. they deliver their free meals every week in sonoma county and orange county. this woman has been diagnosed with a terminal case of leukemia but says that these meals have kept her alive. >> the food is medicine, yes it is, you eat more vegetables, you'll learn how to eat a higher quality of food. >> the idea for it grew after catherine agree to teach a friend's daughter how to cook six years ago. catherine, the self-taught chef, and the teenager made meals for three families dealing with serious illne
CBS
Sep 6, 2012 12:00pm PDT
plus twitter and photographs from reporters in charlotte, right on cbssf.com. >> today's jefferson award winner help students make their college streams come true. >> potential campaign plans for gavin newsom? next, the one racy is not talking about. >> and already a live look at the festivities, still to come, the annual bell ringing contest making some noise in san fransisco. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >> lt. gov. gavin newsom is saying for the first time that he will run for governor in 2014 if jerry brown does not seek reelection. he told the los angeles times that of jerry brown declines " i had every intention of running ". otherwise he will support jerry brown, he will not talk about a u.s. senate run saying that his background is better suited to the governor's office. >> it is been a good day for stocks on wall street in a big way, let's take a look at the big board to see how the dow was doing today, up 212 points, this follows news that the european central bank has a new plan to halt the continent's financial crisis including a pledge to buy government bonds. today amazon announc
CSPAN
Sep 4, 2012 12:00pm EDT
, albert looking ahead to your next book, why not include jefferson and the war of 1805 in your book on wartime presidents? >> guest: i think that one will find that if you're dealing with the war of 1812, the name of thomas jefferson does not go unmentioned. thank you, sir. >> host: and our last call for you comes from woodland park, colorado. bob, please, go ahead with your question or comment for historian michael beschloss. >> guest: yes, professor beschloss, i've read several of your book, and i find them not only very informative, but also very intertaping, and that's not -- entertaining, and that's not an easy thing to accomplish. so you're to be congratulated on that. my question concerns the dred scott decision. i know that it drove a great deal of radical politicallism caused in the country. my question to you is, do you believe that the decision -- which i've read -- was constitutionally correct? and that's what i need to know. thank you, sir. >> guest: well, to the ec tent that it was a majority vote -- extent that it was a majority vote of the supreme court, i guess it was.
CSPAN
Sep 1, 2012 6:30pm EDT
? who is in charge? where is thomas jefferson? where is nelson mandela? the leadership is distributed. there are not a go-to leaders are around whom the country will rally -- there are not go to the leaders. there are institutions, as in poland with the solidarity movement, behind whom a new government can be formed. it presents enormous challenges to the state department. it presents even bigger challenge is, frankly, to the people in a country that has just overthrown its ruler and has to then ask itself -- now what? who is going to lead us? there are both good aspects and negative aspects to the role of the internet in propelling these movements. >> you mentioned robert for's work with social media in syria, which he has kept up even since the embassy has been closed -- robert ford's work. to what extent can those virtual indices fulfill the role of an actual embassy, and where do they fall short? >> they fall well short of what a real, traditional embassy can do. what facebook does not do is replace the very necessary work of engaging face-to-face. i do think that we are able to b
SFGTV2
Sep 1, 2012 4:07am PDT
. week 31, i'm not going to sircumicize. i heard on the radio that thomas jefferson owned slaves. he bowed to cultural pressure. some things are just wrong. week 32, i make the mistake of telling my mom i'm struggling with circumcision. i don't think so. i think of the stuff that can get caught in the vagina. that's not nice. andrea. if this child is jewish. he needs to be sircumicized. you don't want your boy to feel strange. that's true. i think my anxiety is fear of having a boy. i am terrified of boys. they are wild and smelly. i said, there is no way to know that. well i know for a fact you don't need it. like i wanted to talk to my dad about his penis. week 34, i don't have the double wide vagina i was hoping for. with just six weeks to go. instructions for peroneal massage. lock hands. apply lubricant. extra virgin olive oil. hold the thumb in place for two minutes or until it becomes numb. slowly massage over the vagina. it's best done with a partner. instead, i take a back door approach and use my finger. i have a lot of stretching to do. week 41, 3:45 p.m. it feels like i h
CSPAN
Sep 1, 2012 9:30pm EDT
that remarkable period in the period of jefferson, jackson, and rooze -- roosevelt. i treasure this nomination, especially because it comes after vigorous competition with the ageless men and women our party has to offer. [cheers and applause] he has offered us new ideas in education, terry san ford. and not conceding a single state to richard nixon. [cheers and applause] i should like to say to my friend, frank king, that ohio may have passed a few times in this convention, but tom eagleton and i are not going to pass ohio. [cheers and applause] and i can say to governor gilligan, ohio is sometimes -- he is the unwitting unifier and the fundamental issue of this national campaign. [cheers and applause] and all of us are going to help him redeem a pledge he made 10 years ago that next year you won't have richard nixon to kick around anymore. [cheers and applause] we have
FOX Business
Sep 3, 2012 4:00pm EDT
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NBC
Sep 11, 2012 4:30am EDT
. and there is the washington monument under a clear sky this morning. jefferson memorial there just to the right. 59 at reagan national. dew point, it is a comfortably dry 49. and the wind is coming in out of the north only around five miles an hour. and thanks to this high-pressure pushing in, it's a huge area of high pressure from the midwest all the way to new england and the mid-atlantic states. we're right in the middle of it right here. and temperatures are down into the 40s. all these areas you see in the light blue. that includes our northern suburbs, some of the western suburbs, too, but especially the panhandle of west virginia, western maryland, most of the shenandoah valley and into much of west virginia. it's just in the low to mid-40s right now. while in the nearby suburbs in montgomery, arlington, fairfax, prince george's county, generally just in the low 50s. low 50s on the eastern shore as well as northern neck and around virginia tidewater. morning commute, sunrise, 6:46. a bright and sunny morning. we'll have the chill in the air, though, all the way until about 9
WHUT
Sep 16, 2012 11:00am EDT
religions and without any at all respond to that figure. >> why did thomas jefferson become consumed with revising the bible by omitting a lot of it in his own text of the bible as you began your book with? >> well, presumably it's not because he didn't have anything else to do, i mean, he was a pretty busy guy in the white house but he ordered a couple books from england, a couple bibles and he sat there in the white house and he cut and pasted and took out the miracles and took out the resurrection. he believed jesus was a good guy, he believed he was one of the most important philosophers ever but he didn't like christianity and he was able to separate out christianity from jesus, say no to christianity and say yes to yeast. >> how many of the colonists, what percentage were religiously affiliated or had had religious beliefs in some specific denomination? >> i'm not sure the percentage. but much smaller percentage of churchgoers than we have now. something more on the order of, i don't know, one out of five rather than the vast majority. and those who were christians and who did go to
ABC
Sep 12, 2012 6:00am EDT
at this morning coming in -- look at the 40s. that's where going. upper 40sin jefferson and kensington we are at 54 in columbia. we should be at 60 now for this time of the year. the winds are calm for the most part but you can see jefferson the northwest flow, that will begin to switch off toward the south going throughout the day as high pressure scoots off toward the east. i will break it down for you later but, we do have dry weather on tap for this morning and also as we go into the afternoon. that's why we have all five sweeps on scanning the skies on maryland's most powerful radar. but this is what to expect heading throughout the day. hour by hour, 8:00 this morning, cool coming in at 60. and 76 ample sunshine by lunchtime and that trend continues even as we head into the 3:00 time frame. i am going with 81 for today. so we will be a little bit warmer than we have been. let's check the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. good morning you've been talking about the patchy fog and an accident out there. >> reporter: yes. here's the live look at frederick at interst
CBS
Sep 15, 2012 7:00am PDT
you want to help out to the event starts at 9 this morning. jefferson awards winners keeps tradition alive. and how you can help your furry friends and shut the accounts. >>said the pound's trad. israeli eight significant change weather w,, >>> he's been called a modern- day war led to. a jefferson and teacher who accuses magic w >>> he sings a song he says his family sang during the trial of tears. >>> he teaches a oklahoma choctaw language class. when he started the course three years ago, he was inspired by his mother and a growing problem in the tribe. >>> the government was saying you are not going to be federally recognized and more because technically you're not here. >>> although he helped the military, and choctaw families did not pass on their language. because helps them reclaim their language. >>> at one point i was studying albania and it struck me that this is ridiculous. >>> the class starts with one of the most common phrases hello, how are you. he has learned and nowt teaches spoken choctaw. plymouth it means a lot to me to be able to read it. now i can get my bible
SFGTV
Sep 17, 2012 5:00am PDT
forced to -- relocate, and its search for an appropriate location, and it sounded on jefferson. the space is 3000 sq. ft.. the business is a 47-year-old family business. it is iconic. it is nationally famous, and the owners have proven over and over again they know how to manage a business, how to manage people, and how to manage noise. they have a solid plan but has been reviewed by the police department. we have conducted extensive research, and that includes community business district and the bid, and the tenant alliance coalition, which wants to make sure no attendance are disturbed, and there aren' no residents, so there are no concerns, and also the fisherman's wharf association. we did hear a few weeks ago from the tenant of stairs, the business sense name -- who from the tenant upstairs. we talk with them, and the owner hired a sound consultant to go in and do sound tests, and we have tried to assure the tenants of stairs it is pretty much oldies and goodies and soft jazz and dixieland. there will be a house band, and the application has met all of the requirements. the app
FOX
Sep 19, 2012 4:25am EDT
mollet sent this photo in just about an hour ago. she took this photo of the jefferson memorial there. you can see, oh, boy, there's quite a chop there on the tidal basin. you can see the waves from the breezes that are blowing, and there's another view of the jefferson memorial and the washington monument under a cloudy sky. we're at 63 there at reagan national. dewpoint is down to 50 degrees. that's turned a lot drier in the wake of the storms we had yesterday. winds out of the northwest generally up around 15, 20 miles an hour. we still have just a few sprinkles here in southern m.a.d. maryland. that extends down across the tidal potomac into the northern neck and richmond. that's going to pass off to the north and east. our far northern and western suburbs, mid-50s. the mountains low 50s to upper 40s, western maryland and into the highlands of west virginia. closer to washington around the beltway, we're near 60. as the day progresses, we're going to stay cloudy through much of the morning. by 6:00 a.m., we'll be low to mid-60s. still a bit breedsy. by noontime for your lunch hour
FOX Business
Sep 16, 2012 9:00pm EDT
states citizens. john: term limits? >> those are almost of the constitution but would jefferson and madison and those writing with "the federalist papers" they decided not to adopted because most will my sir few terms then go back to the jobs they had. i was there. part of the problem people are so worried about the next election they will not make the hard choices that we would do to balance the budget. we are headed for a disaster if you don't. that makes tough choices. people in your audience will be bad. but if not the 16 trillion will soar. with term limits many members of congress would say i will not worry about the next fund-raiser but the next generation. [applause] john: let me go to my panel. you to on the left don't get enough time? >> one question with the cause dissension you would -- constitution. that does not fit in the constitution. >> the national defense authorization act unconstitutional search and seizure. it provides the authorization of funding troops it also provides authorization of what mr. alexander talks about, unconstitutional authority for the presiden
ABC
Sep 11, 2012 6:30am EDT
in ocean city. 49 in indian head. jefferson at 47 degrees. we have the influence of wate keeping it milder this morning. but we are cool in indian head and jefferson and as we look at what's going on in terms of the wet weather, we are not seeingany. that's not going to happen any time soon. it's in the forecast and i will talk about that coming up. but before so let's get the hour by hour foreyou and this is what it looks -- for you. this is what it looks nice andcrisp. sunshine heading into lunchtime continuing into 3 or 4 with the high right around 77. let's check the abc2 timesaver traffic with lauren cook. >> reporter: good morning. traffic is picking up. we are dealing with a crash in northwest baltimore. that's right on druid park drive. and traveling on 795 expect delays due to a crash that cleared from the southbound lanes at franklin boulevard. and as you make your way down to the beltway, this is exactly what it looks like at park heights avenue. it's extremely slow right now. traffic at a standstill. so if you are headed to this area. be sure to leave yourself extra time
CBS
Sep 13, 2012 12:00pm PDT
modern- day moorland, as sharon chip in reports, this jefferson award winner is a teacher that uses magic and language to keep his native american culture alive. >> ♪ >> the sings a song that his ancestors sank during the trail of tears when they're forced to relocate. now he is teaching a class for new americans that want to keep their culture alive. >> the same things that were told to them was told to me. " what you need that for? it will not help you ". he teaches a a weekly choctaw language class. when he started the course three years ago, he was inspired by his mother and a growing problem with many tribes. >> a lot of the elders were dying off and no one knew the language and the government was saying " you are not going to be federally recognized any more because you are technically not here ". >> although choctaw code talkers helped foil german eavesdroppers during the world wars, they did not pass on their language. this class helps this man reclaim his heritage. >> i lived overseas, in germany, and at one point i was studying albanian and it struck me that this is ridi
FOX
Sep 4, 2012 4:25am EDT
tower cam. you are looking it he washington monument and the jefferson memorial on the right. second day of the week. tucker barnes birthday is tomorrow. >> i know. and everybody is back to school too. >> effect is back to school as well. >> the traffic, you know what i'm talking about. i'm sarah simmons. >> i'm wisdom martin. since we're talking to tucker barnes and talking about his birthday -- >> thank you, wisdom. want to keep a low profile. i think much of the action today is off it our north and north and east but you can see before a frontal system hanging out across the area. lots appear lots of humidity. when will the pattern change? a couple more days of this up fortunately. as we get into the end of the week, things should gradually get better. back to you at the desk. >> thank you. >>> some of our top stories, the search for a missing boater in maryland picks back up at first light. a map and woman fell overboard when a gust of wind tilted their sailboat yesterday around noon. the boat's operator was able to rescue the woman but could not get to the man. >>> a former camp
CSPAN
Sep 8, 2012 8:00am EDT
? >> that is a person, but that's incorrect. >> george jefferson? [laughter] correct, final answer. do i win? >> have you realize the constitution? >> no, but i did see the movie. [laughter] great. >> there is no movie. >> spoiler alert. sorry. >> that's why i rewrote the constitution. [laughter] good night, everybody, thank you very much. [applause] that explains it all. that is just the tip of the iceberg. in my research for this book or, as i like to call it inevitably, my mesearch, forgive me -- [laughter] yes, more american teenagers can name the three stooges than the three branches of government, pretty shocking. almost three-quarters of americans believe of the people, by the people, for the people is in the constitution rather than being of the gettysburg, and for crying out loud, didn't we learn that? most e tbreej juice to me was many americans, almost half, believe from each according to his needs was written by james madison rather than karl marx who, by the way for the teenagers in the audience, is not one of the three stooges. add to that, you can keep going. i don't mean
CSPAN
Sep 6, 2012 11:00pm EDT
-jewish prejudices during the civil war by the prominence of several jews, notably jefferson davis' right-hand man and cabinet secretary, judah p. benjamin in the ranks of the confederacy, benjamin way called him an israelite with egyptian principles. but the jewish confederates were by no means the only cause of prejudice, smuggling, speculating, price gouging, swindling shoddy merchandise for the military, all similarly laid at the doorstep of the jews. indeed, jews at the civil war seemed to personify wartime capitalism's ills. they were disproportionate legs were badly produced uniforms, inedible foodstuffs and other substandard merchandise that corrupts supply to the war effort and some marketed to infect and troops. in the eyes of many americans, including some in the military, all traders and smugglers and four-time profiteers were sharpes knows jews, whether they were actually jewish or not. the implication outgoing a perennial anti-semitic as the jews referred to report rather than fight. now, there is no doubt that some jews did illegally enrich themselves during the war.
CSPAN
Sep 22, 2012 10:00am EDT
. he was a naturalist. he plotted the first roads on a consulting avenue -- jefferson wrote a natural history agenda. he applauded the roads on pennsylvania avenue. -- plotted the roads on cancellation avenue -- pennsylvania avenue. my top choice was jimmy carter. for a particular reason that i admire carter for. he was our greatest recent president. he was an unfortunate one and what he tried to do was important. jimmy carter came on television and son -- and said to the american people, one of the things we need to do to treat our -- i would agree with ralph that these things are linked. they have a whole list and to labor. they are all linked. carter went on television wearing a cardigan sweater, for which he was last at and derided at the time and since. he talked about declaring war -- carter went on television wearing a cardigan sweater, for which he was laughed at and derided at the time and since. he is still divided by the media. that is part of the problem. he does not take things seriously. before or since carter, he asked americans to look at the way they look at t
CBS
Sep 30, 2012 7:30am PDT
meals program the bishops said in saving lives. integers in us to this week's to jefferson award winner. >>> the fog that the sec kitchen of this nonprofit must be beautiful delicious and nourishing. if these people were fighting for the lives. greta there's nothing more powerful than eating this way and realizing that you actually feel better. >>> she is founder and executive director of this committee project the fibrils nine nonprofit delivers healthy organic mills to 80 patients and families better life-threatening illnesses. delivering free meals every week in sonoma and marin counties she's been diagnosed with a terminal case of leukemia but she says the meals have kept her alive caitiff >>> the food business and yes it is in you or vegetables and you learn how to a higher quality of food. >>> the idea for a group after kaplan the krutch teacher friend's daughter how to cook six years ago. they made meals for three families dealing with serious illnesses. the experiment produced the perfect ingredients for this. >>> became of the simple idea that kids of the kitchen and coo
CBS
Sep 12, 2012 6:00pm PDT
been called a modern- day merlon. >> this week's jefferson award winner is a teacher that uses magic and language to keep his native american culture alive. >> ♪ >> he leads a song that he says his ancestors sang on the trail of tears when the u.s. government forced them to relocate in 1838. today he is teaching a language class in san fransisco for native american that want to keep their cultural life. >> the same things are told to them, that were told to me. >> he teaches a weekly at oklahoma choctaw language class at the association of american indians. when he started the course he was inspired by his mother and a growing problem with many tribes. >> a lot of their elders were dying off and no one knew the language in the government was saying " you will not be federally recognized anymore because you are technically not here ". >> although they help the military foil eavesdroppers during the world wars, these families did not pass on their language. this class helped this man reclaim his heritage. >> i learned french and german overseas, and i studied albanian at one point an
CBS
Sep 19, 2012 6:00pm PDT
education continues to transform lives and earned her this week's jefferson award. >> natasha howliet enjoys her job. she was the first in her family to finish college. she graduated from alcorn state university in mississippi and gives a a lot of credit to the woman standing next to her at her graduation. >> she always kept you on the straight path. and just told you " you are going to college ". >> she has never forgotten how education has changed her life. as a child she picked cotton in mississippi and went to night school and got her degree and eventually built her own real estate agency in oakland. but seeing the tough life that kids were facing in her community gave her an idea. back in 1987, she made a promise to the first graders here at the brookfield elementary school in oakland. she said that if they work hard she would see them through college and pay their tuition. >> regular, low-income kids, that were born into a situation that they have no control over. but i don't want them to die in that situation. >> using her own savings, she helped with college course. she rememb
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